CACI secures $125M contract to provide technology solutions for U.S. Navy

CACI has been awarded a five-year contract valued at up to $125 million by the U.S. Navy’s Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD). The contract, named Crisis Response and Interoperable C5 Electronic Systems (CRIC-ES), involves the provision of mission technology solutions to support the Navy’s crisis responders.

The contract encompasses full life cycle support for C5ISR systems, ranging from engineering and design to rapid prototyping, fabrication, and integration. The solutions are designed to operate across various platforms and cater to the needs of on-the-ground end users, including Department of Defense Combatant Commands and disaster recovery/first responders, says CACI.

[Image courtesy: U.S. Navy]

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